It’s a full house for our year in review of 2016 films, listing our Top 3 and Worst 2 films
Philip and Joel are back, this time we discuss Disney’s Moana and Laika’s Kubo and the two strings. Two animated movies that both portray the hero’s journey and self discovery.
It’s not everyday someone declares “The Graduate” their favorite film of all time. So when Joel mentioned this to me I instantly knew what the next classic film episode had to be.
I got to chat with Director Malcolm Bigyemano, we talk about his three short films, the hardships of being a filmmaker in Uganda and his influences.
This is part two of our 2016 comic book movies special featuring comic book nerds Charlie Kabagambe and Joel Tugaineyo. Here we discuss the other releases this year; “X-men: Apocalypse”, “Suicide Squad” and “Dr Strange”. We also talk a bit about the DC animated release “Batman: The Killing Joke”.
Link to Part 1; Cinema-red-pill – 2016-comic-book-movies-pt-1-episode-9
This is part one of our 2016 comic book movies special featuring comic book nerds Charlie Kabagambe and Joel Tugaineyo. Here we discuss the first 3 releases this year; “Deadpool”, “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” and “Captain America: Civil War”. Listen to Joel try to convince us that the “Maaaaaartha” scene in BvS made sense.
Marvel’s Doctor Strange is showing in theaters now and I’m joined by Philip Rugamba (@PencilManTM) for a spoiler free review of the film
This week I have a new co-host Philip Rugamba (@PencilManTM), a cartoonist who preferred to talk about war films (did not see this coming!). We countdown our Top fives and make some honorable mentions.
Mira Nair brought her knowledge of Uganda to the true story of a champion chess player “Phiona Mutesi”. Timothy and Sharon discuss the films achievements and failures.